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  1. Kitiger

    CharleeFoxtrot's Trolling Thread

    Yeah, let's talk business, Mike. First of all, you're all done. The Corleone Family don't even have that kind of muscle anymore. Now, come spring break, all the little snowflakes are gonna CLEAN the SCHOOL! Got it? And if they have a meltdown, their PARENTS are gonna come help! :yes:
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    Can you have cats as a nurse?

    We started out with cats when we bought our house because we were both working fulltime. Dogs are pack animals; they need companionship, and leaving them home alone all day isn't wise. Those 12-hour shifts are too long for a dog. Cats - on the other hand - can be happy snoozing all day long. Cats are the perfect pet for a nurse. Not dogs. No. No dogs.
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    OT: purging, not even regifting

    You can help her get a little more organized. Some people find it so very hard to throw things out, even when that's the best option. Those people find it much easier to give things instead of throwing them away. Tell her that you may not be able to use everything personally, but you will find homes for that which you don't want. Point out that some things maybe should be thrown out, like the cracked container. Books can be donated to the local library. (Our library has periodic book sales.) Throw the trash out, recycle, and take the rest to a charity, like Goodwill, Salvation Army, or whatever. I'm one of "those people". I was brought up to waste not, want not. Use it up Wear it out Make it do Or do without